Jazz Syntheses

Premiere DateApr 15, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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02:12 Future Speak Addison Frei
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07:05 For Good Addison Frei
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13:03 Reliquary Robert Diack
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20:50 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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23:51 Placed Robert Diack
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29:54 Climb Down / Whiskey You’re The Devil Kate McGarry, Keith Ganz,
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36:38 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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38:52 Losing Strategy #4 Kate McGarry, Keith Ganz, Gary Versace
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41:48 Rise Justin Gray & Synthesis
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48:14 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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50:13 Ebb and Flow Justin Gray & Synthesis
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57:56 Finish
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An array of interesting 2018 jazz syntheses on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, including tracks from Future Speak by Addison Frei, Lost Villages by Robert Diack, The Subject Tonight Is Love by the collective group Kate McGarry/Keith Ganz/Gary Versace (featuring Obed Calvaire) and New Horizons by Justin Gray & Synthesis. Each one of these albums combines elements of jazz with a unique blend of genres and influences


Addison Frei – Future Speak
Album: Future Speak
Addison Frei (p, rhodes, spoken word), Tahira Clayton, Michael Mayo (voc), Drew Zaremba (ts, ss, org), Andy Clausen (tb), Perrin Grace (e-b) and Matt Young (d)

Addison Frei – For Good
Album: Future Speak
Addison Frei (p), Michael Mayo (voc), Drew Zaremba (ss), Perrin Grace (b) and Matt Young (d)

Robert Diack – “Reliquary” & “Placed”
Album: Lost Villages
Robert Diack (d), Brandon Davis (b), Patrick O’Reilly (g, pedals) and Jacob Thompson (p)

Kate McGarry, Keith Ganz, Gary Versace – Climb Down / Whiskey You’re The Devil
Album: The Subject Tonight Is Love
Kate McGarry (voc, arr), Keith Ganz (g, e-g, b-g, arr), Gary Versace (p, kbd, org, acc, arr) and Obed Clavaire (d)

Kate McGarry, Keith Ganz, Gary Versace – Losing Strategy #4
Album: The Subject Tonight Is Love
Kate McGarry (voc, p, arr), Keith Ganz (g, e-g, b-g, arr) and Gary Versace (p, kbd, org, acc, arr)

Justin Gray & Synthesis – Rise
Album: New Horizons
Justin Gray (bass veena, e-b), Ed Hanley (tabla), Derek Gray (d, perc, singing bowls), Ted Quinlan (e-g), Drew Jurecka (vio), Todd Pentney (hammond org) and Joel Schwartz (resonator, e-g)

Justin Gray & Synthesis – Ebb and Flow
Album: New Horizons
Justin Gray (bass veena, e-b), Ed Hanley (tabla), Derek Gray (d, perc, singing bowls), Ted Quinlan (e-g), Drew Jurecka (vio), Rebekah Wolkstein (vio),
Shannon Knights (viola), Lydia Munchinsky (cello) and Dhruba Ghosh (sarangi)

Grammy-award winner Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and…

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